Loudoun’s Business Interruption Fund process enters its final phase on Friday with a random drawing from the list of certified eligible applicants.
During the COVID-19 health pandemic, most people arent commuting. Financial expert Tom Corley encourages you to use this as a time for career education.
Loudoun Economic Development, Visit Loudoun and the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce have an important call to action for consumers: Take Loudoun Home.
EIDL-eligible ag businesses include those producing food and fiber, ranching, and raising of livestock, aquaculture, and all other farming.
Innovation Challenge 2020, run January-March, received 71 applications, in all stages of development, representing a cross-section of our diverse economy.
Tom Corley explained how this is actually the ideal time to reset, re-focus, and build the habits that will bring you out of the crisis with a game plan.
We’re bringing you some highlights from Loudoun County Supervisor Caleb Kershner and Supervisor Tony Buffington’s COVID-19 Rural Business Teleconference
Long before the outbreak of COVID-19, Tammy Bjelland recognized the growing need for and the benefits of flexible work, so she started Workplaceless.
In the 12th episode of the #LoudounPossible Pod, we spoke with Loudoun Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall and Russell Seymour from the Town of Leesburg.
With the additional Economic Development Authority funding, a total of $1.4 million can be dispersed to 177 businesses. Apply at LoudounBusinessFund.org.